Popular media personality and actress, Laura Monyeazo Abebe, popularly known as Moet Abebe, has opened up about her failed engagement.
In a candid interview with media personality Chude Jideonwo, Abebe revealed that she could have been married by now if things had worked out between her and her ex-fiancé.
She disclosed that she decided to end the relationship because it was abusive, adding that she realized she deserved better for herself and didn’t want to continue in a violent relationship.
“I could have been a married woman right now. I was engaged, but it didn’t work out. Also, it was a violent relationship. And I realized that is not what I want for myself.” She said.
She further explained, “I was in a violent relationship for about two and a half years. It wasn’t even a thing that someone would have to come and drag me [out of the relationship]; I need to sort of realize that this cannot be you loving yourself. Your being here means that you don’t want the best for yourself. And that was how I left the relationship.”
Watch her speak below,
"I was engaged but it didn't work out"
– Moet Abebe
📹 With Chude pic.twitter.com/CAlJhPGnyc
— 🐬 @𝗼𝗻𝗲𝗷𝗼𝗯𝗹𝗲𝘀𝘀𝗯𝗼𝘆 (@OneJoblessBoy) June 2, 2023
A while ago, Moet Abebe took to her social media page to call out the entitlement mentality of some men.
Moet, in a post shared on her Instastory, told men that no woman owes them sex because they took her out on a date.
According to her, men who think that they are entitled to sex because they sponsored a romantic date with a woman have a warped mentality. She added that their level of entitlement is making her blood boil.
“I repeat!!! No woman owes you sex because you took her out on a date!!! Wtaf? What type of warped mentality is that?? The entitlement!! The audacity!! Is making my blood boil”